entranced

[ en-trans, -trahns ]SEE DEFINITION OF entranced

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENTRANCED

Murgatroyd was entranced that so many people wanted to talk to him.

He was entranced with her loveliness, for it was indeed a marvellous thing.

As the chamber came into view the boys were entranced at the sight.

He rubbed his eyes to see if he were dreaming, entranced with his surroundings.

Can I attribute my entranced interest on that occasion to her brilliance?

(it was he who was most entranced,) 'I can not see our landing-place!'

It has entranced men like the Senator, and your chief; even men like Birmingham.

If the transients were entranced by the fascinating Aileen, the regulars were her adorers.

What he saw clearly, entranced by the vision, was the future—the free future.

He sat down on a fallen log beside her, and looked at her entranced.

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